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  • See objects 8-10 inches away but can't make out details or the full color spectrum
  • Mimic simple facial expressions and, when someone speaks to her, looks intently
  • Be comforted by gentle rocking

Rainforest Friends Musical Mobile

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  • Show excitement by waving her arms and legs
  • Learn that one event follows another
  • Smile at people and coo

Kick And Play Piano Gym

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  • Be able to support himself on elbows and raise his chest while on his tummy
  • Know if something is familiar to her
  • Laugh, squirm and squeal with delight

Rainforest Friends Jumperoo

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  • Reach for things, with your help
  • Recognize familiar faces and take an interest in others
  • Laugh, squirm and squeal with delight

Rainforest Friends Cradle Swing

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  • Reach out and grasp toys
  • Be able to "multitask" — for example, babbling and reaching for something at the same time
  • Smile at other babies—and his own reflection!

Peek-A-Boo Friendly Flip Phone

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  • Sit up – with a little support
  • Look for something that drops
  • Love peek-a-boo and pat-a-cake

Peek + Roll Ball

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  • Creep on his tummy
  • Understand "in and out"
  • Recognize names of people and things

Brilliant Basics Baby’s First Blocks

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  • Crawl in both directions—maybe even while holding something
  • Start to connect two behaviors together. Begin to understand that objects don’t disappear when they’re out of view.

Laugh & Learn Storybook Rhymes

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  • Adjust her posture as she moves, using furniture to steady herself. Catch a ball if it’s rolled right to him.
  • Use deliberate gestures, like waving bye-bye or lifting arms to say, "Pick me up!"

Baby's 1st Doll

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  • Respond to one or two simple instructions. Anticipate the “surprise” phrase in favourite children's songs.
  • Try walking, with hand-holding help from you.

Musical Lion Walker

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  • Stand unassisted and cruise along furniture.
  • Understand that smaller objects fit in larger ones.
  • Babble with inflections of actual language.

Stackin' Sounds™ Animals

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  • Understand much of what you say.
  • Move a toy out of the way to get to another one.
  • Mimic others’ actions, like talking on the phone

Pop 'N' Push Elephant

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  • Be on the move, walking and running.
  • Have a vocabulary of 50 to 200 words.
  • Express a range of moods, from joy to frustration to jealousy.

Little People Fun Sounds Farm

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